Wednesday, 15 May
17:00 - 18:30
Lecture hall, General Staff Building (6-8, Dvortsovaya sq.)
The integration of digital technologies in various spheres of human life greatly simplifies and speeds up the processes of obtaining services and information about individuals, conducting payments.
The market provide lots of software products based on big data analysis and artificial intelligence. The offered services allow users to have access the information in a couple of minutes.
However, the development of technologies gives rise to a number of issues concerning the legal regulation of this process: Do the companies allow using the information from social network in their software products? Is it legal? On what terms and conditions? Who owns this information? Is this information an object of intellectual property? How users could protect their personal data in the Internet?
During the discussion session, representatives of the Russian and foreign courts, informational technology companies and legal community will exchange their views and try to formulate a common position on key issues.
Deputy Chairman, Intellectual Property Court
Chairman, Intellectual Property Court
Executive Director, Non-Profit Partnership 'For Advancement of Corporate Law'
Partner, Eversheds Sutherland
Chief Judge, Federal Patent Court
Deputy Head of the Project Office for the Implementation of the National Program ‘Digital Economy of the Russian Federation’, Analytical Center for the Government of the Russian Federation
Associate Professor of the Department of Civil Law, Ural State Law University
Head of Section, Federal Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection
Government Relations Director, Rostelecom
Head of the Centre for Legal Support of the Commercial Activity, Gazprombank JSC
Senior Partner, Tilling Peters
* The Programme may be subject to change
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